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CULLEN+THEM PRESENTS RESIDENT YOUTH COMPANY YOUNG DANCE COLLECTIVE’S WORLD PREMIERE FOREVER FOR NOW
Five teenagers author and choreograph their final work together as a group after 8 years of creation and discovery
cullen+them and its resident teen company Young Dance Collective (YDC) presents dance-theater piece forever for now created collaboratively with Founder & Artistic Director Hannah Cullen. Exploring the phenomenon of love, the piece is the Young Dance Collective’s final work after creating together for the last 8 years. Forever for now will be presented on the main stage at New York Live Arts on Thursday, May 12th, Friday May 13th, and Saturday May 14th at 7:30pm EST. Tickets are $15 for Students and $20 for Adults and can be purchased at NewYorkLiveArts.org or 212-691-6500, on sale now. For promotional images, please click here.
forever for now is a work about love… a phenomenon that no one really understands. Authored and choreographed by five young artists, the show follows stories of falling in love, discovering heartbreak, and cultivating a deeper love of self. Through guided self-reflection led by Cullen exploring what is truly important in their individual lives, the following question emerged: “How do we cultivate more love?” After working together for over eight years, the teenage group’s final piece reveals the culmination of the vulnerable and honest collaborations that have characterized their nearly decade-long time together. Their connections, forged by love, inform and shape the art they make. So how does a person cultivate more love? Forever for now is an answer to that question.
Forever for now was created and is performed by Young Dance Collective members Liam Mackenzie, Mieke Matteson, Nyah Raposo, Pilot Roberts, and Beatrice White; with Artistic Direction by Hannah Cullen, Lighting Design by Christopher Theilking, Set & Costume Design by Victors Jeffreys II, and Music & Sound Design by Hannah Cullen and Ian Noel.
$20 Adults, $15 Students
Photo: Whitney Browne Description: Black and white photo of five teens standing intimately leaning and supporting each other.